This cheeky Eastern Rosella was performing for the camera, giving a lovely view of its colourful under feathers.
This side view makes visible the beautiful black and yellow mantle of the Eastern Rosella.
Little Wattlebirds are prolific around the Coffs Coast, they are between 27-33cm and quite noisy and aggressive. Like the one captured here they love banksias and are common residents in coastal heath and woodlands in south-east mainland Australia and Tasmania.
Because sometimes you just need a cute roo hiding in a bush nibbling a stalk of grass.
Bar-shouldered Doves are around 27-29cm. They are common in thick vegetation close to water and this pair was in scrub near a fresh water stream that ended in a tidal lake on a beach.
A Willy Wagtail attempts to share the perch of a Sacred Kingfisher at back beach Woolgoolga, north coast NSW.
Willy Wagtails are around 20cm and belong to the Fantails. They are a very common Australian bird and don’t mind being around human habitation.